EIA01 - 1223
Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Inverness
EnviroCentre are ideally looking for an individual with 5 or more years of proven EIA consultancy experience, who can demonstrate a strong technical background.
To apply, please complete an application form and submit with your CV and your covering letter to :

EnviroCentre are ideally looking for an individual with 5 or more years of proven EIA consultancy experience, who can demonstrate a strong technical background.

The role will provide an opportunity for an individual to demonstrate a broad range of EIA skills by undertaking specialist technical work, whilst working as part of a passionate, integrated, dynamic environmental team that spans our four regions. You will have experience of projects across a range of sectors and be able to liaise directly with stakeholders and colleagues of other technical disciplines to achieve the best environmental outcomes for our clients and their projects.

This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic and expanding team delivering on key regional and national projects and to further develop a variety of skills and build a successful career within the environmental consultancy sector.

Responsibilities of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Support to the Environmental Assessment team in developing new business opportunities and writing tender proposals for EIA projects across a range of sectors;
  • Coordination, management and writing relevant sections of Environmental Report across a range of sectors, including the overall production of the Environmental Report;
  • Direction and management of specialist sub-consultants and liaison with planners, architects and developers; and
  • Acting as day-to-day client interface.

Role Requirements:

  • At least 5 or more year’s proven EIA consultancy experience, having been closely involved in the project management of EIA and in compiling Environmental Statement/EIA Reports;
  • An undergraduate degree in Geography, Planning, Environmental Management or relevant discipline;
  • Full membership of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (AIEMA, MIEMA or PIEMA), Institution of Environmental Science or equivalent (MIEnvSc) or equivalent;
  • Knowledge of both terrestrial and marine EIA (i.e., Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Scotland) Regulations 2017 and The Marine Works (Environmental Impact Assessment (Scotland) Regulations 2017);
  • Successful track record of EIA co-ordination/project management, and the ability to produce written reports to a high standard;
  • While the role would be predominantly EIA, applicants will be involved in other areas of work as required;
  • Applicants should be capable of leading and working as part of an established team, supervising members of staff as required;
  • A thorough understanding of EIA legislation and the Scottish planning system;
  • Experience of budget and financial control of projects;
  • Excellent attention to detail and strong understanding of quality systems such as ISO 9001;
  • Excellent client liaison skills;
  • Contribution to business development and the ability to help win new EIA projects;
  • Proven ability to build effective relationships with clients, sub-consultants and regulators; and
  • Full UK driving licence.

It would also be an advantage, to hold:

  • Technical skill and experience in at least one technical discipline (e.g., air quality, noise, etc.);
  • Chartered status or demonstrate you are working towards this status;
  • Knowledge of other planning systems in the UK; and
  • MSc in a relevant discipline.

What EnviroCentre can offer you:-

We invest in you and your success. We support our people to innovate, collaborate and achieve their next career steps.

Become part of our highly respected team and you’ll be working alongside technical experts in a range of environmental disciplines who take pride in the quality of service that we offer at every stage of the project lifecycle.

In return, we offer a competitive salary, hybrid working and all the benefits of working for a dynamic and growing organisation including generous holidays, a training allowance, company pension contributions and more. Applications for full- and part-time working will be considered. EnviroCentre operate on the basis of a 35-hour working week.

We actively promote diversity, equality, and inclusion within and outside our organisation and encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates from all sections of society.

We are committed to provide reasonable support or adjustment in our recruitment processes. If you need support or you have any question relation to this role, please contact Lesley Stewart on 0141 341 5040 or via email at

To apply, please complete the Job Application Form, which can be downloaded from the careers section of our website and return this along with your CV to Lesley Stewart at